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Standing Stone State Park was opened in 1939. The park covers over a thousand acres and is surrounded by 10,000 acres of state forestry land. The park offers cabins, camping, boating, hiking, swimming and much more. The park is open from 6 AM until...more
Absolutely fell in love with how beautiful and peaceful this Park was. The perfect get away with family with lots to do. (Swimming, fishing, ping pong, shuffle board, foosball, hiking, etc.) Can’t wait to come again.
Standing Stone State Park is local for us. We are regular Sunday hikers. The trails are well marked & maintained. We always find the park peaceful and the trails surprisingly lightly used. As we are quiet hikers it is common to see ample wildlife, particularly...More
Decided to rent a cabin here for a few days during the week. Good and bad idea. Good because not crowded (many schools have already started). Bad because most of facilities were not open such as pool, rec hall, etc. Setting was pretty, cabin was...More
Thank Marilyn T
Tennessee S, Owner at Standing Stone State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 21 August 2018
We appreciate you spending your time to give us valuable feedback about the park. I am very sorry for the accident you had at the park. We are going to look over the area where you fell and ensure that it is safe for other...More
There is so much to do here. Kayak/canoe rental which included paddles, life jackets and was only $7/hr. The pool is wonderful and has a decent snack bar. Open 10-5:30. Clean bathrooms throughout the park. Tennis courts are in good shape and well kept. They...More
Thank Ben N
Tennessee S, Owner at Standing Stone State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 24 July 2018
Hello Ben, thanks for the positive feedback and for sharing what you enjoyed about Standing Stone State Park. We're always happy to hear good things from our customers. Also, thanks for the great pictures!
This was a very nice peaceful state park. We stayed in a rustic cabin. It was “very” rustic. Pool was nice and snack bar food was good. Lake trail needed some maintenance. Very nice staff.
1 Thank kristimelodirae
Tennessee S, Owner at Standing Stone State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 7 August 2018
Thanks for the positive feedback! We're always happy to hear good things from our customers. We are in the process of getting our cabins ready for a full upgrade. We hope you will come stay with us again when they are finished.
Camped for 4 days. Bath house is clean but low eater pressure. We rented a John boat but if you don't want to row, being a trolling motor...no bug motors allowed. Great history...old park. Staff is nice. Be sure to but groceries before you get...More
Spent a week in one of the cabins here and had a blast with the kids. They had plenty of room to ride bikes and play. The cabins were clean and stocked with linens and eating and cooking utensils. Any time we ran out of...More
By far the worse state park in Tennessee. The roads are too narrow to navigate. Sites are un-level and badly sloped. Absolutely no television service or dish network satellite service. BUT, the number one reason this park is so bad is because of the park...More
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Tennessee S, Owner at Standing Stone State Park, responded to this reviewResponded 3 April 2018
It is our policy not to discuss law enforcement issues online with visitors. We encourage you to contact the Park Manager at 931-823-6347.
Response from kimatgerstner | Reviewed this property |
Not terribly clear in the lake (I assume it is because it is pretty deep) - but seems to be more clear as it goes over the dam and down the little stream. I have seen people fishing in the lake before - so I assume you can... More
Not terribly clear in the lake (I assume it is because it is pretty deep) - but seems to be more clear as it goes over the dam and down the little stream. I have seen people fishing in the lake before - so I assume you can. Hope this helps!